(File photo)

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Update on students found unresponsive in a vehicle in central Alberta

RCMP say the investigation has concluded

The two students who were found unresponsive in a vehicle in Sylvan Lake on Friday are both doing well, say RCMP.

The students were found in the student parking lot of H. J. Cody High School Friday morning and were airlifted to hospital.

Friday was a non-instructional day for the high school so classes were not in session.

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On Friday it was suspected that the students may have collapsed due carbon monoxide poisoning, but it was not confirmed. Police seized the vehicle to investigate.

On Monday Cpl. Troy Savinkoff, media relations officer with Alberta RCMP, said that since it was no longer a criminal matter, and did not involve a sudden death, the investigation was over and the vehicle was being returned to the owner who could have the vehicle inspected.

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